Sign an OutLook Macro
If you want to avoid the prompt for macro use in each session, you may be able to just set yourself as a trusted publisher. Alternatively you can create a Code-Signing Certificate. This will allow give OutLinker security clearance on your computer. To do this:
- go to C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office12 (for Office 2007) and run Selfcert.exe.
- Add your name as the Certificate Name and then click OK twice.
- In the Visual Basic Editor, click Tools->Digital Signature... and then click the "Choose" button to display the list of digital signatures available.
- Click the certificate you just created and click "OK" twice
- Now save your macros by selecting File/Save VBAProject.OTM from within Outlook.
- Then exit and restart Outlook always saving the project if prompted.
- When Outlook restarts open the VBA project by using ALT-F11.
- You will be presented with a Security Notice. Click the button "Trust all documents from the publisher".